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Xkr headlight let in water

When it rains or I go through a car wash the plastic headlight covers get steamed up

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Be looking at the covers and you can actually use a clear plastic cement to seal the top of the fixture this is a plumbers cement you can get from a hardware store..do not use on the bulb as you will not be able to remove the bulb when it blows out..

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